Museum of Ojibwa Culture Introduces Online Donation Platform

The Museum of Ojibwa Culture is thrilled to announce a new, convenient way for supporters to contribute to preserving and celebrating our rich cultural heritage. Effective immediately, donations can now be made directly on our website at

This new feature allows donors to direct their gifts to areas they find most meaningful, such as the Longhouse or the Father Marquette Mission Park. Whether you choose to make a one-time gift or set up recurring donations, every contribution helps us continue our mission of preserving the history, traditions, and stories of the Ojibwa people.

“We are excited to offer this new online donation option to our supporters,” said Tom Wyers, Director of the Museum of Ojibwa Culture. “This enhancement not only makes it easier for our donors to give, but also allows them to choose how their contributions will make an impact. It’s an important step in ensuring the ongoing success and development of our Museum and its programs.”

In addition to the new online platform, donations are still gratefully accepted inside the Museum through Cash, Check, or Card. Your generosity directly supports the Museum’s exhibits, programming, and community outreach efforts.

To make a donation, please visit and choose the donation option that best suits you. Every gift, no matter the size, helps us preserve and promote the Ojibwa culture for future generations.

For more information, please contact:

Tom Wyers

Director, Museum of Ojibwa Culture


About the Museum of Ojibwa Culture

The city-operated museum and park portray a vivid picture of life in the Straits of Mackinac over 300 years ago when Ojibwa, Huron, Odawa and French lifestyles met at this protected bay. Museum exhibits show Ojibwa Indian culture and traditions, the French contact period and the site’s rich archaeology. The Museum’s store features the area’s largest selection of Native American books, music and locally-made certified Native American art and crafts.